Former Teradata exec, WSU trustee joins well-known Dayton-area developer

Bruce Langos — a former Teradata executive and current Wright State University trustee — has taken on a new role in the community.

Langos is now executive business advisor and board member with developer RG Properties, the company behind Austin Landing and other local properties.

Previously, Langos had helped the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office build an intelligence center that analyzed data to help that office deploy resources where they were most needed, when they were most needed.

“I have completed my efforts establishing the Criminal Intelligence Unit/Center for the Sheriff’s office after four years,” Langos wrote in a recent e-mail to the Dayton Daily News. “You saw some the work that I had done. It was fun and I enjoyed meeting lot of new people.”

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RG Properties is a privately held real estate investment, development and asset management company owned by Randy Gunlock.

Langos, as Teradata’s chief operations officer, was very much the Dayton-area public face for that company, a data analytics and data-warehousing business that Langos helped lift to publicly traded-status in 2007, spinning it off from NCR Corp.

Teradata enjoyed $1.5 billion in sales in 2005. It moved its administrative offices to San Diego from Miami Twp. — from Austin Landing, in fact — in 2018.

Langos left Teradata for the Sheriff’s Office in early 2016.

“He isn’t getting paid half of what he’s worth,” then-Montgomery County Sheriff Phil Plummer said of Langos, who was hired at a salary of $55,000, about a mid-level deputy’s salary.

“It’s almost real time,” Langos said the data analysis he was developing for sheriff’s deputies. “If there’s a priority call or a part 1-crime that takes place, then we jump on that pretty quick.”

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